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1) Wyoming U.S. Representative Liz Cheney has introduced a bill that would levy a fee of $150 to individuals or groups that file a protest to plans to lease or drill on federal land. Cheney says the protests slow down the permitting process which hurts the Wyoming economy. The fees would hit hunters and conservation groups particularly hard, since they file protests to protect hunting and wildlife.
Should new fees be levied against groups that file protests over leasing or drilling plans?
2) The state of Minnesota had outlawed the wearing of clothes, buttons, or hats with political messages on them at polling places. The Supreme Court overturned the law, saying it was overbroad.
Should Wyoming allow people to wear items with political messages at polling places?

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Vehicle Pursuit Ends Safely

Posted 6-22-18, Wyoming Highway Patrol -- On June 21st, 2018, Troopers with the Wyoming Highway Patrol were involved in a vehicle pursuit spanning over 47 miles on Interstate 25 in Platte County, Wyoming. At approximately 12:51 p.m., a WHP Trooper observed a 2017...

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Cody School District approves firearms trainer

By Zac Taylor, Cody Enterprise
CODY — The Cody School District could soon have a company in place to train qualified teacher applicants to conceal carry on school property. On Tuesday during their monthly board meeting, the trustees unanimously approved the proposal from Distributed Security Inc. for 40 hours of locally based training contingent on law enforcement approval and a confidentiality agreement prepared by district counsel.
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Criminal trial delayed pending civil action against university

By Jeff Victor, Laramie Boomerang
A criminal case in Albany County Circuit Court involving the University of Wyoming’s campus gun ban has received a stay, pending a separate civil action against UW seeking to challenge the legality of that ban.During the Wyoming State Republican Party Convention in April — hosted on the UW campus — Uinta County delegate Lyle Williams received a trespassing citation for openly carrying a firearm without permission, which is prohibited by UW Regulation 2-178. 
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Hopkins guilty, sentenced 18-36 months

By Max Miller, Cody Enterprise
“Things are crazy in my house, we’re packing and moving – and this, all at the same time,” Matthew V. Hopkins told his defense attorney Michael Bennett as his jury trial was about to start Monday afternoon. The only place he was going was the penitentiary. 
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Middle school STEM camp offers unique learning experiences

By Ryan Patterson, The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN –“Scalpel. Forceps. Sponge.” Students, donning medical gowns and masks, worked diligently on cow eyeball surgery under the glare of overhead lights while machines quietly beeped in the background. This mock operation was one of several activities that took place last week at Sheridan Junior High School during its fourth annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics camp
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Letter-writing campaign about immigration set for Friday

By Allie Gross, Jackson Hole Daily
A letter-writing event encourages people to contact Wyoming’s representatives about the Trump administration’s policies at the country’s southern border.The nonprofit People Spread Love and boutique store Roam are partnering to host the letter-writing campaign, which is set for Friday at Roam from 4:30 to 6 p.m.
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State Funds Move forward for Airmen Housing

Posted 6-22-18, Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce (CHEYENNE) -- The project known as EUL (Enhanced Use Lease) passed a major milestone today as the SLIB Board voted to approve funding for infrastructure development on the property. The project is an important...

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New Chief Justice of Wyoming Supreme Court Announced

Posted 6-22-18, Wyoming Supreme Court -- Chief Justice E. James Burke announced today that the Justices of the Wyoming Supreme Court have elected Justice Michael K. Davis to be the next Chief Justice, effective upon the expiration of Chief Justice Burke’s term on June...

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Fort Bridger Hosts Treaty of 1868 Re-Enactment on July 3

Posted 6-22-18, Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails -- Fort Bridger State Historic Site is partnering with members of the Eastern Shoshone and Shoshone-Bannock tribal nations to host a re-enactment of the Peace Treaty of 1868 on its 150th anniversary. The...

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
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2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
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